Lilac Golf Course Scorecard

Lilac Golf Course Scorecard

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  • #1 - PAR 5

    HOLE ONE

    This is a par five with multiple sand hazards along the fairway and on either side of its elevated green.  This is a great hole for distance shots but keep it straight.  Hooks will land you in the next fairway and slices will land you on the back nine, if they make it past the trees.

    Golfers Say:

    Chris:

    [#1 is an] Easy par 5 – on in regulation most times
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  • #2 - PAR 3

    HOLE TWO

    This is a short par three requiring a nice drive to an elevated green which is protected on both the left and right by sand traps. Great test of your iron skills!

    Golfers Say:

    Todd:

    Had a hole in one [on #2] when I was 15. Never came close since . . . 20 yrs later and I’ve came within 6″ once… Still striving!
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  • #3 - PAR 4

    HOLE THREE

    This tree-lined hole requires a nice drive to the green or an accurate lay up and chip to its elevated par four green which is protected by sand to the left and water behind it.

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  • #4 - PAR 4

    HOLE FOUR

    This is a long par four along a tree-lined fairway to an elevated green which it protected by large trees on either side and the back as well as sand hazards on both the left and right.

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  • #5 - PAR 5

    HOLE FIVE

    The longest hole on the course, this par five is a monster. Tree-lined fairways and a water hazard (about 100 yards in front of the green) will test your skill as you make your way to an elevated green surrounded on three sides by sand traps.

    Golfers Say:

    Chris N:

    My favorite hole because you can crush it and still be 200 yards out!
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  • #6 - PAR 4

    HOLE SIX

    This par four dogleg requires precise shots to make it through the tree-lined fairways and onto its elevated green at par. Watch yourself, the green has large bunkers on either side.

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  • #7 - PAR 3

    HOLE SEVEN

    Woe to the golfer who hooks his shot on this par three, water is his demise. Straight, accurate shots will put you on an elevated green protected on both sides by sand and trees behind.

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  • #8 - PAR 4

    HOLE EIGHT

    This elevated green is nearly surrounded by sand. You’ll need a straight shot to stay in bounds on this par four . . . there’s a driving range lined with trees to your left. Slicers will hit the huge maintenance barn to the right.

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  • #9 - PAR 4

    HOLE NINE

    With sand on either side, trees in the back, and a water hazard in front, this is a well-guarded par four. Don’t slice or you’ll be in the Lilac driveway! Watch the forest to the left if you don’t want to lose your next shot.

    Golfers Say:

    Jan:

    “I like 9 🙂 ”
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  • #10 - PAR 3

    HOLE TEN

    Narrow and tree lined, this is Lilac’s Million Dollar par three.  An architect won a cool million on this hole in a tournament (you can read the old article here)!  Here, the elevated green has sand to the left and trees behind.

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  • #11 - PAR 4

    HOLE ELEVEN

    This long par four will test your distance abilities. Keep it straight to avoid trees on both sides of the fairway as you make your way to an elevated green protected on both sides by sand.

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  • #12 - PAR 5

    HOLE TWELVE

    Pull out those water balls on this par five. Many a golfer have landed in one or both water hazards on the way to this elevated green. If the water doesn’t get you, the trees will try. Plan your shots well and watch out for sand on either side of the green!

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  • #13 - PAR 4

    HOLE THIRTEEN

    This is another tree lined narrow shot. It’s a par four with trees to the left on your tee shot. Hook around those trees and pull it back to the fairway – hook too far and you’ll plant golf balls in the neighbor’s field. Easy does it here; accuracy counts!

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  • #14 - PAR 5

    HOLE FOURTEEN

    This par five dogleg will do you in if you don’t watch out. Assuming you miss the water to the left and trees to the right, you’ll still have to avoid sand hazards on either side of the elevated green.

    Golfers Say:

    Scott:

    “My favorite is 14 followed closely by 15 (both on the course and in my ranking list).”
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  • #15 - PAR 4

    HOLE FIFTEEN

    This is a par four. Keep it long and straight to avoid trees on both sides of the fairway. Don’t overshoot the green or you’ll be the resident ball washer!

    Golfers Say:

    Scott:

    “My favorite is 14 followed closely by 15 (both on the course and in my ranking list).”
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  • #16 - PAR 3

    HOLE SIXTEEN

    Guarded by sand on all sides and water in front, this elevated, long par three green has an undulating fairway leading to it. A five wood might be a good choice here.

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  • #17 - PAR 4

    HOLE SEVENTEEN

    This par four is a slight dogleg to the left with lots of trees to the left and a pond to the right. With woods behind this elevated green and sand on the left side, you’ll need to practice accuracy here.

    Golfers Say:

    Paul:

    “17 is my favorite because in a very good day I can drive it”
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  • #18 - PAR 4

    HOLE EIGHTEEN

    If you’re planning to end your game in par on the last hole, you’ll need to shoot carefully on this par four. Doglegging at 90 degrees to the left, you’ll have to face lots of trees and a good-sized water hazard to hit the fairway from the tee. Aim Well and good luck!

    Golfers Say:

    Tony:

    “I like everything about the course…but what brings me back is the people that work there… Kourtney Sue and Karen Goeller-Rushlow. if I had to pick [a hole] it would be the 18th!”
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    *Individuals must be at least 18 years old to operate a cart and have in their possession a valid driver’s license.
  • OTHER INFORMATION
    ****Michigan Liquor Control creates the rules concerning alcohol at the course.  For this reason, bringing outside alcohol is not permitted on the course.
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